Cut & Run by Madeleine Urban, Abigail Roux
(Dreamspinner Press, September 2008. Paperback, 376 pages)
My rating: 3 of 5 stars
As entertaining as I’d been led to expect, but this could have been a much better book. There is a decent plot and the dynamic between Ty and Zane is well portrayed. The pace hiccups, though, as the authors pay more attention to the agents trying to sort their feelings for one another and while plot conveniently waits.
I would liked to have seen shorter chapters with alternating points of view rather than the constant head hop from Ty to Zane, and some of the conversations were repetitive. It was obvious they were confused by their feelings for one another and the authors did a fair job of tying that to the action, but at times the angst overwhelmed everything else.
Ty Grady kept me reading to the end. I found him fascinating. If I pick up the next book, it would be to learn more about the man beneath the masks.